Video – Using SharePoint to Improve Project Delivery

On June 7, 2011, I participated in the SouthEast Productivity Enterprise Enablement Virtual Conference hosted by Mike Gannotti from Microsoft. The conference was a one day event with over 30 presentations on-line using Microsoft Lync.

The first part of the video is Mike Gannotti with the introduction to my presentation. My presentation starts at around 1:30 and lasts for 50 minutes. The topic for this presentation is one of the things I frequently blog about — Using SharePoint to Improve Project Delivery. The presentation provides an overview of how SharePoint helps improve your project environment, and includes a demo of applying specific project management best practices using SharePoint.

About Steve Hart
Practice Manager responsible for project leadership & delivery services for the Cardinal Solutions Group in the RTP area. I am a PMP with 25 years of project management and technical leadership roles, have developed an extensive practical knowledge that spans a wide variety of industries, and project delivery approaches. As a practicing PMP, I am a member of the North Carolina PMI chapter. I am an avid sports fan, particularly the Miami RedHawks, Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, and most recently the NC State Wolfpack.

2 Responses to Video – Using SharePoint to Improve Project Delivery

  1. Nice work, Steve–and very cool to see you rubbing elbows with the SharePoint stars 😉 My team just recently leveraged some ideas from your blog to build our own project site template, so thanks for your continued efforts in sharing your knowledge.

    Check it out here and let me know what you think:

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